Check Out BOSSIP’s Holiday Picks For Gift-Giving
The holidays are here again – and that means spending time with friends and loved ones, plenty of food and drinks – and presents! And we here at BOSSIP have curated a holiday gift guide full of ideas to help you navigate the holidays. Whether you’re shopping for your bro, your bestie, your boo or your boss – we got you.
And we’ve paid special attention to highlight gift ideas from women and minority-owned companies.
Simply Pure has made its name as the premier black-owned cannabis and edibles company in Colorado – it’s the first African-American business to be legally licensed in the state. But the brand is expanding into CBD with its “Simply Pure CBD” wellness product line, which includes oral tinctures and salves. We love the Pure Bliss Tincture ($99.95) which helps promote calm, clarity and relaxation.
Upgrade your loved one’s bath time ritual with Beautiful Amore. This black-owned beauty brand offers vegan organic skincare infused with essential oils and herbs. Its vegan lemongrass scented soap ($8) is invigorating, and the body butter ($20) will keep skin hydrated and supple all winter long.
Beautiful Amore is opening a brick and mortar location on Black Friday, Nov. 29th at 97 Bond St. in Brooklyn, NY.
This mimosa and mandarin soy wax candle ($36.50) from EWE Home smells good enough to eat!
Browne Family Vineyards
A 1.5-liter magnum of this Cabernet Sauvignon ($89) from Browne Family Vineyards is sure to be a hit at any holiday gathering. This 2015 vintage from Washington State has hints of dark berries and cassis with an earthy, chocolate finish – full-bodied, but not overwhelming and perfect for enjoying with a meal or on its own.
Salamander Resort & Spa
Give the gift of luxury travel at the Virginia resort founded by BET co-founder Sheila Johnson. Located just 25 miles outside of Washington, D.C. in the heart of Virginia’s wine country, the Forbes five star rated Salamander Resort & Spa has something for the whole family: an equestrian experience, a spa, fine dining and access to nature.